It's been a hard day's night! Paul McCartney and wife Nancy Shevell party with singer's daughter Stella after Beatles documentary premiere
By SARAH TETTEH FOR MAILONLINE
16 September 2016
He may be well into his seventies, but Paul McCartney proved he can still party like the best of them as he left an after-show party for the new Beatles documentary on Thursday night.
The Beatles legend, 74, looked cooler than ever in a tux with no tie as he escorted his stunning wife Nancy Shevell, 56, into a car home after the party in London.
Paul's fashion designer daughter Stella McCartney was not far behind the couple after a long night of celebrations following the star-studded premiere.
Perfect couple: Paul McCartney, 74, and wife Nancy Shevell, 56, looked jubilant as they left the after-party of the world premiere of new Beatles documentary in London on Thursday
Stepping out with an open collared shirt, Paul looked much younger than his years as he escorted his stunning wife out of the party.
Paul looked sharp in a dark suit with a velvet lapel, a white shirt and black suede shoes.
He arrived hand in hand with wife Nancy, who was stunning in a patterned blue dress.
Jubilant: Paul and Nancy head home after a terrific night on the tiles
Slinky: Stella turned heads as she left the Beatles aftershow do - thanks to her vampy outfit
The famous Liverpudlian's daughter Stella left shortly afterwards - and looked vampy in an all black get-up.
The acclaimed fashion designer rocked a chic leather skirt teamed with a statement tassel jacket.
Paul meanwhile looked chirpy, despite a long night, as he left the swanky after party to greet his sea of fans.
Leading the way: Ever the gentleman, Paul stepped aside to allow Nancy to get in the car first
Love me do! Nancy headed for the car, with Paul following close by
Slick: Nancy navigated her way through the crowds with security as she made her way in
He even stopped to chat to a few admirers and sign autographs before calling it a night.
His bandmate Ringo Starr was also in high spirits as he left the venue.
Ringo's lovely wife Barbara Bach, 69, joined him as they hopped in a car home after partying with pals.
Fans: The couple were surrounded by adoring Beatles fans on their way out
Elegant: Nancy carefully navigated her way into the car home, showing some leg in her short dress
What a night! Sir Paul looked chirpy as he left the swanky after party to greet his sea of fans
Loyal following: He even stopped to chat to a few and sign autographs before calling it a night
Party time! Sir Paul looked cooler than ever in his tux with no tie
Family time: Paul's son James McCartney also joined his sister Stella to celebrate their father's big night
Ringing in the end of the night: Ringo Starr was also in high spirits as he left the venue
Elated! Ringo was overwhelmed by the love from his fans on the way home
Peace! Ringo was joined by his lovely wife Barbara Bach as they hopped in a car home after partying with pals
Black to basics: Wearing an ell-black ensemble, Yoko Ono was helped into the venue by a minder
Rubbing shoulders: Inside the bash, they were joined by a host of stars, including Sir Bob Geldof (left) and comedian Simon Pegg
Specs appeal: A bespectacled Ron Howard, who has directed the documentary, looked effortlessly stylish as he joined the seemingly endless list of partygoers
Earlier in the evening, Paul and Ringo had reunited for the premiere of director Ron Howard's The Beatles: Eight Days A Week: The Touring Years, in London's Leicester Square.
It was around 50 years ago that they shot to superstardom.
But musicians Ringo Starr, 76, and Sir Paul looked the ultimate age-defying duo as they posed for pictures in front of the world's media.
Come together: Ringo and Paul were reunited for the premiere of director Ron Howard's The Beatles: Eight Days A Week: The Touring Years, in London's Leicester Square earlier on Thursday night
Drummer Ringo also looked suitably dapper on the night in a black suit jacket and trousers worn with a print tee and slip on kicks.
His dark hair and beard knocked years of his appearance, while Paul's brown locks and healthy complexion ensured he could pass for a much younger man.
Ringo held Barbara's hand lovingly, with the former Bond girl looking stylish in a black long-sleeve jacket, with a bold orange and cream diagonal stripe across the front, and black trousers.
Loving display: The two couples were joined by Howard, and the quintet were all smiles as the cameras snapped away
Stand by me: The lifelong friends looked closer than ever as they soaked up the atmosphere
Back in the day: Ringo and Paul pictured together in 1964
Hand in hand: Nancy wore a pair of petite strappy heels and a thick leather belt around her waist
The two couples were joined by Howard, and the quintet were all smiles as the cameras snapped away.
Ever the showman, Paul paid plenty of attention to his fans. He dashed towards them to give high-fives and flashed a thumbs up to those he couldn't greet.
The documentary screening, which tells the story of the band's touring years featuring behind-the-scenes footage, interviews and unheard music, brought out a plethora of A-list talent including Madonna, Michael Keaton, Terry Gilliam and Michael Palin and Liam Gallagher to name but a few.
Loved-up: Paul and Nancy looked to be relishing their time in the spotlight
Thumbs up: Paul acknowledged his fans, much to their delight, on the celebratory evening
Sign here: Macca squiggled furiously on memorabilia brought along by fans
Fighting fit: Both Ringo and Paul looked in great shape as they warmly greeted one another
Glamour girls: Barbara and Nancy both shone in their very different sartorial selections
John Lennon's wife Yoko Ono, 83, was instantly recognisable in her circular shades and top hat as she was helped along the carpet.
She looked cheerful as she stood in between Howard and American film producer Brian Grazer, who couldn't be missed in vibrant red trousers and a patterned shirt.
Olivia Harrison, the widow of Beatle George Harrison, arrived in a stunning print dress with a cream jacket draped over her shoulders.
Brothers in arms: Surviving Beatles Ringo and Paul put on a close display as they arrived at the premiere
Nothing but love: There were plenty of happy vibes on the night with peace signs and thumbs up a regular occurance
Firm friends: Ringo and Paul were almost inseparable as they hung out outside the Odeon theatre
Men in black: The duo looked to have coordinated their outfits for the occasion
Speaking at the premiere, director Howard said: 'It would have been a different story with John and George, it would have been even better fleshed out. I really miss the fact, and so do Paul and Ringo, that George and John were not here to participate in it.'
However, he added: 'Paul and Ringo seem very happy with the project, the way people are responding to it. If it had gone wrong, who wants to be despised by a Beatle?'
'I mean, not me! But I like to think we made a little bit of a connection.'
A big part of the story: John Lennon's wife Yoko looked glam in her circular shades and top hat as she was helped along the carpet by celeb publicist Murray Chalmers
Iconic: Yoko looked cheerful in between Howard and American film producer Brian Grazer
Artistic muse? Yoko has been credited for helping inspire much of Lennon's post-Beatles work
Proud: Olivia Harrison, the widow of Beatle George Harrison, arrived in a stunning print dress with a cream jacket draped over her shoulders, while Paul's fashion designer daughter Stella dressed in a black tasselled top and leather skirt
Hot couple: Stella cosied up to her husband Alasdhair Willis who looked smart in a black suit jacket and dark jeans
Woman in black: Stella went for a gothic vibe for the night, her blue peepers accentuated with red shadow
Striking: Olivia's stunning floor-length dress incorporated feathers and cats in its eye-catching design
Known for her unique sense of fashion and desire to keep up with the latest trends, Madonna rocked a black and white varsity dress with teetering black heels for the occasion.
Her blonde tresses fell in messy waves from a middle parting, her darker roots just about visible. Typically glamorous, she covered her lips with a berry shade and decorated her green eyes with dark eyeliner.
Walking with confidence, Madonna posed with her hands tucked in her pockets and finished her look with large hooped earrings and an assortment of bling around her neck.
She's famed for pushing lyrical boundaries in popular music with her own hit material, and Madonna gave The Beatles classic A Hard Day's Night a cheeky makeover as she travelled to the screening.
Lady Madonna! The singer , 58, turned out to see the screening of Ron Howard's new documentary on the Fab Four, The Beatles: Eight Days A Week: The Touring Years, in Leicester Square, on Thursday
Dressed to impress: Typically glamorous, she covered her lips with a berry shade and decorated her green eyes with dark eyeliner
Quite the guest list: Madonna was just one of the big names at the event which included Liam Gallagher, Bob Geldof and Stella McCartney
Paying tribute: Madonna stood beside the iconic band's name for a photograph
Defined: Madonna's toned calves were accentuated as she climbed steps into the venue
Having a ball: Madonna favoured a trip to 100 Wardour Street after the premiere rather than the official afterparty
All eyes on her: The songstress unsurprisingly courted plenty of attention during her night in Soho
Enjoying herself: Madonna has a permanent smile on her face throughout the night
Helping hand: A minder ensured the singing superstar navigated the streets safely as her night of partying continued
Star-studded: Oscar-winner Michael Keaton put on a coordinated displayed in a checked navy shirt, jeans and navy kicks
Guitar God: Virtuoso Eric Clapton rocked up in a navy suit with an untucked white shirt
Blowing in the wind: The Layla singer's hair blew wildly in the breeze as he arrived with tickets in hand
Rock star: Beatles mega-fan Liam Gallagher rolled up with his girlfriend Debbie Gwyther
Retro: The Oasis frontman sported a sixties-style haircut, a navy hoodie with matching trousers and purple shoes
Straight-faced: Liam was his usual stoic self as he made his way through Leicester Square
Comedy gold: Monty Python stars Terry Gilliam and Michael Palin were in a playful mood as they comically posed together
Goofing around: Michael did his best Walk Like An Egyptian impression with a smile on his face
Best of British: The duo certainly knew how to put smiles on faces
The pop queen recorded herself and two gal pals singing the track in the back of a car, crooning,'but when we get home to you, we're gonna have a good sc**w and then we'll feel all right, yeah!'
The Like A Prayer singer, who was spotted dining with son Rocco in Notting Hill restaurant Farmacy, on Tuesday, looked in high spirits ahead of the screening.
Beatles superfan Liam Gallagher sported a sixties-style haircut as he arrived with girlfriend Debbie Gwyther.
While Liam opted for a causal look, Debbie chose glamour, wearing skintight leather trousers and a black velvet jacket with elaborate gold buttons.
Happy to be here: Bob Geldof and wife Jeanne Marine placed an affectionate arm around each other
Famous face: Bob wore a moss green suit with a funky buttoned down shirt, his shaggy silver hair making him instantly recognisable
Music man: Jools Holland has an impeccable music taste so it was no surprise to see him in attendance
Daring: Scottish singer Tallia Storm, 17, attended in a revealing black tress with a white tie around the waist
Leading the way: Simon Pegg, dressed in a funky shirt and charcoal brogues, led the way with wife Maureen in tow
Happy couple: Grazer wrapped an arm around his wife Veronica Smiley, 42
Film buff: Lord Of The Rings director Peter Jackson turned out in earthy tones
Showstopper: Kitty Oliver dazzled in a shimmering silver Bardot dress and ruby red heels
Purple reign: Paul Merton rolled up to the event wearing an eye-catching purple suit with a patterned shirt